Stunning residents’ photos show progress of Leeds station’s southern entrance

The construction site at night. Picture by Simon Cumming.
The construction site at night. Picture by Simon Cumming.
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A Facebook group tracking the progressing construction of the south Leeds entrance to Leeds City Station has been launched by residents.

Photography enthusiast Simon Cumming, who lives in Leeds city centre south, has been following the work and capturing its progress by taking pictures from local flats and walkways.

The £17.3million southern entrance, near Little Neville Street, will open in autumn and see the creation of a new £500,000 pedestrianised zone funded by developers and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

To view the images search ‘Unofficial Leeds Rail Station South Entrance Construction Site for Anoraks’ on www.facebook.com.

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